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We want to raise the quality of life and this starts in the home – Siksika Nation Chief –

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 2015417 Views

CALGARY – HOUSING – “We want to raise the quality of life and this starts in the home. Our Nation was devastated with the flooding that occurred in 2013 and we are still reeling from the loss of homes. The First Nations Market Housing Fund provides our members with the opportunity to pursue their homeownership dreams, and we are excited as this has been a top priority for the Siksika Nation,” said Chief Vincent Yellow Old Woman of the Siksika Nation in Alberta.

The Blackfoot First Nation is the first community to access a housing fund that provides individuals residing on reserve with access to private financing for homeownership. The Siksika Nation is the first to give this opportunity to their members, as the Nation is treading in a new area in housing in Alberta.

The Fund is an innovative initiative established by the Government of Canada designed to give First Nation members greater access to housing loans on reserve and on settlement lands.

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